Icom Technologies have recently completed 1000 Cat6 points in Ericsson in Dublin. The project, Boole House, was installed during this summer. The installation was required because of a restructuring of the functionality of the building.
Ericsson is the leading provider in the new telecoms world, with communications solutions that combine telecom and datacom technologies with the freedom of mobility for the user. It simplifies communications
RWL have recently completed supply of Brand-Rex copper and fibre structured cabling system to the National Conference Centre. The Cat6Plus solution was installed by Mercury Technologies.
Occupying a stunning location on the banks of the River Liffey in Dublin, The NCC is a world-class conference centre with state of the art facilities managed by a team of highly experienced professionals.
Architecturally dramatic, this iconic building
€120 million Dublin Criminal Courts completed
RWL Advanced Solutions, in partnership with iCom Technologies, have recently completed a Brand-Rex Cat6Plus system comprising of in excess of 4000 outlets with a fully redundant fibre optic backbone for the Criminal Courts in Dublin. The Complex was delivered by way of a Public Private Partnership with Babcock and Brown. Their consortium's design, delivery and ongoing management of this complex
The Tyndall National Institute in Cork was established in 2004 by Ireland’s Department of Enterprise, Trade & Employment and University College Cork (UCC ), to bring together complementary activities in photonics, electronics and networking research. The objective behind the institute is to create a focal point for Information and Communications Technology (ICT ) in Ireland, as well as to support industry and academia
As the government agency responsible for the development and promotion of the indigenous business sector, Enterprise Ireland has a mission to accelerate the growth of world-class Irish companies in global markets with a view to increasing national and regional prosperity.
With an extensive network of 10 Irish and 31 international offices, Enterprise Ireland works with local businesses to assist them to compete and to